Symphony in the Stars fireworks now scheduled through to at least the end of April

Feb 16, 2016 in "Symphony in the Stars - A Galactic Spectacular"

Posted: Tuesday February 16, 2016 10:32am EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has updated the operating hours calendar, and the new Symphony in the Stars fireworks show is now listed through to the end of April 2016.

Show times vary, with 8pm shows for 8pm closings, 8:30pm shows for 8:30pm closings, 9:15pm or 9:30pm shows for 9:30pm closings, and 9:45pm shows for 10pm closings.

See our operating hours calendar for the latest times.

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FerretAfrosApr 20, 2016

For what it's worth, the current 9:15 showtime works out great to catch the fireworks from Epcot, just after Illuminations wraps up. I was able to see pretty much the entire show from near the margarita stand in Mexico, but it seemed like it would be visible from roughly China to Canada Obviously we didn't get the Star Wars music, but I really enjoyed getting to watch fireworks to the Tapestry of Nations soundtrack. It seemed like lots of other people were also stopping to enjoy the bonus show (and due to EMH, we were also able to catch parts of Wishes as we were exiting the park around 10pm). It's obviously not the best viewing conditions, but it's pretty cool to see the entire show from a different park According to the WDW website, the 9:15 showtime is only through next week, when it will get pushed back to 9:45, so act soon if you want to catch this

bethymouseApr 20, 2016

I agree. The Frozen fireworks took my breath away!:)

YodaManApr 19, 2016

I wouldn't panic quite yet. The schedule is done a month or two at time, but their "months" aren't the actual calendar months and are 4-week spans instead. The calendar has only been updated through Saturday, May 28th. The "June" dates (which would include May 29th, 30th, and 31st) will likely not be posted publicly until Friday May 13th when they do the next calendar update for Studios. But since there are Fireworks on Saturday, May 28th (and no other Saturday in May), it looks like they expect Studios to be crowded as-per-usual on Memorial Day Weekend and I'd expect fireworks every single night of that weekend.

cindy_kApr 19, 2016

That seems like an odd choice to not have the fireworks on what is essentially a holiday weekend. Maybe they are replacing them with a 'Patriot' version? Like MK fireworks on the fourth of July? or am I just being optimistic.

epcotfanApr 19, 2016

No Symphony In The Stars on Memorial Day? Darn. That was the day I was scheduled to visit the Studios.

MansionButler84Apr 18, 2016

Exactly. I think people visiting this May and June have every reason to be miffed.

The Empress LillyApr 18, 2016

She didn't pay for a trip next year. If you pay for a meal tonight, get charged full price, and then get served half a lukewarm plate of reheated yesterday's food, do you accept the manager saying that in two years time they will start serving full plates again?

marni1971Apr 18, 2016

Recently anyway.

gdrjApr 18, 2016

That's why after visiting 4x a year the past few years we have no plans or reservations to return to WDW for awhile. Fewer rides/attractions, more temporary walls, higher prices and a focus on charging extra for any experience they can make up.

DarthMileZApr 17, 2016

we can't all afford to go every single year. especially when you live in the UK and flights are £1000 each alone. besides this is my honeymoon.

BoltApr 17, 2016

Daily fireworks wasn't even a thing until 4 months ago...

MansionButler84Apr 17, 2016

Switch to a night that has fireworks like we just did. Why make yourself angry on your vacation? I agree communication could be better, but at the end of the day, I'll switch things around to be happy. Already had two nights open due to the RoL fiasco.

Pam Hates PenguinsApr 17, 2016

More is coming in the next few years. Be patient.

DarthMileZApr 17, 2016

What the hell disney, im paying to go into a park in May that has barely any rides and no fire works. starting to take the piss tbh.